I have been reading a ton about what it would take to convert a 2 stroke to diesel. Now, much of what i have found is this: 1. Massive increase in compression to around 1:25 2. Throw away the spark plug 3. Need a fuel injector placed into the spark plug hole. 4. From the compression increase, you would need a huge amount of force to start the thing, so maybe a starter the size of the motor? LOL These are just a few basics. Now, I read on a lawnmower forum, this guy ran diesel in his rider by accident, it didnt run to begin with. He put starting fluid in the carb, it fired right up and mowed his yard. To shut it off he had to block the intake. It was an old mower, so when he noticed the smell halfway through, he just kept going. Here is a few questions: 1. Where should a glow plug be placed? Its for heating the air before it gets compressed making it easier to start. Some have said it needs to go where the spark plug is, others say it should be in the intake. 2. Is it possible to, say, mix gas and diesel maybe 50/50, put a toggle switch on the spark plug wire, and only have the spark plug on untill the motor gets hot? Or hook up 2 tanks, one for gas, 1 diesel and then start it with gas then switch to diesel and cut power to the spark plug? Or could you simply increase the compression to maybe 1:12 or something and mix gas and diesel so it detonates at a lower compression? And have a glow plug only? Then if so, could the NT carb still be used? I have been pondering this a ton. I have a spare motor and parts, could possibly try something.